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Results - EIWA Wrestling Championships



Team scores entering consolation semifinals Sch TEAM SCORE CH CO 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 HARVARD 106.00 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 LEHIGH 99.50 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 PENN 97.00 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 RUTGERS 91.00 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 CORNELL 87.50 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 NAVY 69.00 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 PRINCETON 54.00 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 BROWN 50.00 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 ARMY 42.50 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 BUCKNELL 30.00 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 ESU 7.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 COLUMBIA 6.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 SYRACUSE 2.50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 F&M 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125 Semifinals Mason Lenhard (penn)dec Alejandro ALvares 11-6 ***Lenhard uses the strength of three takedowns and a three point nearfall to win 11-6. Mario Stuart pin Kevin El-Hayek 1:08 ***Sunning fall at 125lbs as Stuart hits a cement roll to pin El-Hayek in just 1:08. third round consolations Gendron (Army)inj. def Perrin (bucknell) Uhrlass (rutgers) dec Kirschbaum (princeton) 14-4 consolation semifinals Alvarez dec Gendron 11-9 sv El-Hayek dec Uhrlass 12-5 First Round #1 Mason Lenhard (Penn) bye Brian Kirschbaum (Princeton) dec. #8 Daniel Green (Columbia)10-6 #5 Alejandro Alvares (Cornell)dec. Geoff Reisman (Brown)14-4 #4 Andrew Uhrlass (Rutgers) pin Karl Baum (Syracuse)3:26 #3 Mario Stuart (Lehigh)pin Will Filbert (F&M) 3:59 #6 Josh Perrin (Bucknell) bye #7 Brett Gendron (Army)dec.John Padgett (Navy)7-0 #2 Kevin El-Hayek (Harvard) bye quarterfinals Lenhard dec Kirschbaum 18-6 ALvares dec Reisman 11-7 Stuart dec Perrin El-Hayek dec Gendron 8-2 1st Round Consolations Reisman dec Baum 6-0 Second round consolations Gendron dec Green 7-2 Perrin pin Reisman Uhrlass dec Filbert 8-2 Kirschbaum dec Padgett 14-4 133 semifinals Matt PIcarsic (Harvard) dec Jason Homestead (Navy) 3-0 ***Picarsic uses escape, stalling point and riding time to win 3-0 Juan Venturi (Princeton) dec Jason Weller (Bucknell) 7-5 ***Venturi's dominance on his feet is the difference in winning 7-5 third round consolations Rodriquez dec Clendenin 3-2 Warner dec quigoa consolations semifinals Warner dec Homestead 3-1 Rodriquez dec Weller 3-1 first round #1 Matt Picarsic (harvard) bye #8 Terrance Clendenin (Lehigh)pin Sean Carroll (Syracuse)2:14 #5 Jason Homestead (Navy) bye Jon Rodriquez (Rutgers)dec #4 Byron Warner(Cornell) 7-5 sv #3 Jeff Eveleth (Penn) dec. Kevin Rake (ESU) 8-6 ***Eveleth gets a five point move in last :30 to pull out the win Jeremy Weller (Bucknell) dec. #6 Steve Popovitch (Columbia) 12-9 #7 Michael Quiroga (Army) bye #2 Juan Venturi (Princeton)tf Ryan Gill Brown 18-2 4:52 quarters Picarsic TF Clendenin 17-2 Homestead dec Rodriquez 3-2 Weller dec Eveleth 5-3 ***Weller uses a three point near fall in the second period to upset the #3 seed. Weller upset the 6 seed in the first round. Venturi dec Quigora 22-8 1st Round Consolations Popovitch dec Rake 7-2 2nd Round Consolations Quiroga pin Carrol 1:38 Warner dec Eveleth 5-3 Rodriquez inj def Popvitch Clendenin tf Gill 22-7 141 Semifinals Matt Goldstein (Lehigh) dec Tom Waldron (Cornell)2-1 tb ***Goldstein escapes in less than 10 seconds into the rideout. Mark Conly (Navy) dec Joe Clark (Princeton)6-5 ***Rididing time is the difference in the match as Conly rides Clark almost the whole third period. third round consolations Wysocki dec Kleckner 13-4 Dies dec Picarsic 8-0 consolation semifinals Dies dec Clark 6-4 Waldron dec Wysocki 5-4 first round #1 Matt Goldstein (Lehigh) tf. Andrew Bernstein (Bucknell)20-5 6:01 #8 Kris Perrin (Army)pin Jorge Torres 2:50 #5 Tom Waldron (Cornell) dec Kyle Bernholz (Penn) 4-3 #4 David Dies (Brown) bye #3 Joe Clark (Princeton) bye #6 Brad Kelckner (ESU)tf. Ted Seemuller (F&M)16-1 3:16 #7 Tom Wysocki (Rutgers)dec JOhn Valladares (Columbia) 12-2 #2 Mark Conley (Navy) dec. Nick Picarsic (Harvard)5-0 Quarters Goldstein dec Perrin 14-5 Waldron dec Dies 9-4 sv ***Waldron uses a double to Dies' back for the win Clark dec Klekner 17-4 Conly dec Wysocki 8-6sv ***Conly uses two takedowns in the third to rally from a 4-0 defecit. He cores the winning point in sudden victory 1st round consolations Picarsic dec Valladares 8-3 Bernstein dec Torres 13-2 2nd round consolations Wysocki dec Bernstein 15-2 Kleckner pin Bernholz 2:50 Dies pin Seemuller 2:25 Picarsic DEC Perrin 16-9 149 semifinals Dave Esposito (Lehigh) dec Jon Forster (Rutgers) 8-4 ***Espo uses the strenth of three takedowns to take an 8-4 victory Jesse Jantzen (Harvard) dec Joe Henson (penn)8-2 ***Jantzen dominates on top with two sets of backpoints and nearly four minuts of riding time to win 8-2. Espo and Jantzen will meet for the third time this year in the finals. consolation semifinals Forster dec Miller 8-4 Henson dec Webster 10-4 First round #1 Dave Esposito (Lehigh)dec Eric Miller (Army) #8 Jeff Bernd (Princeton) bye #5 Gabe Webster (Cornell)tf.Mike Noonan (Syracuse)17-2 2:52 #4 John Forster (Rutgers)dec. Adam Webb (bucknell)9-3 #3 Joe Henson (Penn)tf Nathan Schy (F&M)20-5 4:50 #6 Eric Norgaard (Columbia) bye #7 Tom Storer (Navy) bye #2 Jesse Jantzen (Harvard)dec Clint Frease (Brown) 9-0 quarterfinals Esposito dec Bernd 19-5 Forster dec Webster 7-2 Henson pin Noorgard 2:30 ***Henson locks up a cradle to score an impressive first period fall. Jantzen dec Storer 9-7 ***Jantzen rallies in the third to avoid a major upset. Jantzen uses an escape takedown and three backpoints in late in the match to win 1st round consolations Webb pin Noonan 1:19 2nd Round consolations Miller dec Storer 4-2 Noorgard dec Webb 13-2 Webstger dec Schy 14-7 Frease dec Bernd 13-5 Consolations semifinals Odom dec Bernholz 7-5 157 semifinals Leo Urbinelli (Cornell) dec Ryan Bernholz (Lehigh) 2-2tb ***Urbinelli wins a thrilling match in upsetting the number one seed Bernholz. Urbinelli scored a late reversal to take a 2-1 lead but was called for locking hands with four secongs left. Urbinelli had choice for the rideout and rode Bernholz for the win. Yoshi Nakamura (Penn)pin Jesse Savage (Brown)5:30 ***Nakamura uses a variety of throws and pins Savage after inside triping him to his back. third round consolations Odom (Harvard) inj def Edwards (Navy) Engel Folks (Rutgers) dec Bunt (Princeton) 11-9 consolations semifinals Odom dec Bernholz 7-5 Engel - Folks dec Savage 11-2 first round #1 Ryan Bernholz (Lehigh)pin Isiah Hankel (F&M) 1:28 Matt Dudeck (ESU) dec #8 Frank Edwards (Navy)4-2sv #5 Shane Engel Folks (Rutgers)tf MIke Saunders 18-2 5:58 #4 Leo Urbinelli (Cornell) bye #3 Max Odom (Harvard)dec Jerry Pacillo (Syracuse) 13-0 #6 Jesse Savage (Brown) dec. Ari Dolid (Columbia) 18-6 #7 Jeremy Connor (Army)bye #2 Yoshi Nakamura (Penn) dec Jon Bunt (Princeton)23-9 quarters Bernholz dec Dudeck Urbinelli dec Engel-Folks 3-1 Savage dec Odom 7-5 ***Savage builds an early 7-2 lead and hangs on to pull off a major upset. Nakamura dec Connor 11-3 1st round consolations Edwards dec Hankel 11-3 Dolid dec Pacillo 4-1 2nd round consolations Edwards dec Connor 5-3 Odom pin Saunders :55 Engel-Folks pin Dolid 2:27 Bunt dec Dudeck 4-2 165 semifinals Ryan Bonfiglio (Princeton)dec Clint Wattenberg (Cornell) 4-3 ***Bonfiglio upsets the number one seed Wattenberg 4-3. Wattenberg breaks a 3-3 tie with
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